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On Jaradat's Death in Israeli Detention, Pakistan To Speak for NAM Caucus

By Matthew Russell Lee

UNITED NATIONS, February 27 – The day after the failure of a Moroccan-proposed UN Security Council press statement on the death of Palestine's Arafat Jaradat in Israeli detention, the Pakistani president of the Non-Aligned Movement caucus will speak on the topic for the caucus at the UNSC stakeout, Inner City Press learned Wednesday morning.

  In the run-up to a UNSC meeting about Syria, Inner City Press was told by the draft's sponsor, Moroccan Permanent Representative Loulichki that Masood Khan, his counterpart from Pakistan as NAM caucus president, will summarize the position in this own words, after the Syria meeting.

   Palestine's Mission tells Inner City Press it should happen near 1 pm.

  It will NOT be a UNSC statement or even elements to the press -- “otherwise it would be South Korea reading it,” Loulichki told Inner City Press. But it is a response.

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